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red mail John Benbow
John Benbow born 1825 died 1861, married Eliza Davies, father John Benbow married Charlotte Price. seem to have come to a standstill now.
red mail Charlotte Hanley
Charlotte Hanley born 1797 married James Hallard in 1822 children Eliza, Harriot, and Hannah born between 1826 and 1831. Eliza Hallard had children with Robert Claridge - Matilda and Herbert Hallard. Any information would be grateful.
red mail WALDRON / BULLOCK Grimley
Philip Waldron, b approx 1768 and marr Ann Brown at Castle Moreton in 1796. He was the Miller at Ball Mill GRIMLEY during period 1810 to 1820. They had 11 children, the youngest John b.1820 or was John born to Ann, their unwed eldest daughter? Ann Waldron marr Thomas Bullock in 1821. John Waldron,who was my Gt Gt Gt Grandfather, eventually moved to Cheltenham, married and moved to London. Ann & Thomas Bullock eventually produced 11 little Bullocks. I would appreciate any info re any of the above.
TOMKINS /TOMPKINS Christina b. 1857, Grimley, Worcs.
Does anybody have Christina Tomkins b. 1857, Grimley, Worcs.on their family tree? She married Edward Knowles b 1854 in Shrawley, Worcs. in 1876. They had at least 7 children - Ellen Mary G 1876, Herbert Edward 1878, Beatrice Agnes 1870, May Elizabeth C 1882, Mabel 1885, William Bernard 1886, and Edwrad 1890. If anybody has any information on Christina Tomkins I would love to hear from you.
red mail Lockeepers
Anyinformation about JOHN COX PHILLIPS who was a Lockeeper at Camp Lock around the late 1800's would be most appreciated. I believe he lived in one of the cottages allocated for lockeepers at that time in or near GRIMLEY Village.
Hill, Thomas And Esther Carney
Looking for descendants of this couple (Thomas (1760- ), Esther (1776- ))to date only have John (1793-1865), who mar. Elizabeth HALE. Thomas is the s. of Thomas HILL (1740-) & Eliz. WILCOCKS (1739- ). The family seemed to move around the area abit, originally from Old Swinford (1560-1730).

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